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Structure and Operations

Our Management

HON JOSEPH BOAHEN AIDOO
CHIEF EXECUTIVE

Our Management

MR. E. RAY ANKRAH
Deputy Chief Executive (Finance & Administration)
DR. EMMANUEL ADEM OPOKU
Deputy Chief Executive (Operations)
DR. EMMANUEL AGYEMANG DWOMOH
Deputy Chief Executive (Agronomy & Quality Control)
MR. PETER OSEI-AMOAKO
Director, Finance
DR. MRS. AGNES OWUSU-ANSAH
Director, Scholarship
MR. FRANCIS AKWASI OPOKU
Director, Legal Services/ Solicitor Secretary
MR. CHARLES ASAMOAH-FRIMPONG
Director, Audit
MR. ERNEST O. DUODU
Director, General Services
MR. EMMANUEL TWUMASI
Director, Research, Monitoring & Evaluation
MR. RANDOLPH JOHN ADEI
Director, Human Resource
MR. CHARLES AMENYAGLO
Director, Special Services
MR. VINCENT OKYERE AKOMEAH
Managing Director, Cocoa Marketing Company
DR. GILBERT ANIM-KWAPONG
Director, Monitoring & Evaluation of CODAPEC/HI-TECH
DR. EMMANUEL NII TACKIE
Executive Director, Cocoa Health and Extension Division
MR. JULIUS M.K.O. MARTINSON
Ag. Managing Director, Quality Control Limited

Governance

A Board of Directors, appointed by the Government, governs COCOBOD. It is composed of Government nominees from various professions, a representative of the workers of COCOBOD and two representatives of the Cocoa, Coffee and Sheanut Farmers' Association.

Ministerial responsibility is exercised by the Minister of Food and Agriculture. The Chief Executive is the administrative head and has the responsibility for the day to day running of the Board.

He is assisted by three Deputy Chief Executives who have administrative responsibilities for Finance and Administration, Agronomy and Quality Control and Operations.

There are nine Directorates at COCOBOD Head Office responsible for Human Resource, Research Monitoring and Evaluation, Audit, Finance, Procurement, Health, Legal, Special Services (Security & Intelligence) and General Services (Estates, Civil works & Transport).

In addition, there are Departments/ Units which are headed by Departmental Heads. These are Public Affairs Department, Scholarship and Information Systems Unit, Legal, and Public Affairs, departments report directly to the Chief Executive, whiles the Scholarship department reports to the Deputy Chief Executive (Ops).

The remaining Units report to respective directorates which finally report to the Chief Executive.